New address: 24 Farnsworth Street, Boston, MA 02210-1409.
We gratefully acknowledge...
- the generosity of the members of the President's Council, which made this program possible
- the members of the President's Council Task Force whose work shaped the vision for the project:
Dan Boyce, co-chairThe Reverend Makanah Morriss, co-chairLaurel AmabileJoan CudheaBob HandyTodd HessJohn HooperThe Reverend Ginger LukeTom NeelLes PolgarSam SchaalThe Reverend Jim SherblomTom StaplefordLowell SteinbrennerTom StitesThe Reverend Terry Sweetser
- the UUA Congregational Stewardship Consultants, who reviewed this program and offered helpful suggestions:
Wayne B. Clark, Ph.D, Director, Congregational Stewardship NetworkBill ClontzKay CriderMark EwertBarry FinkelsteinMary GleasonThe Reverend Tricia HartJoan PriestLarry Wheeler
- the more than forty congregations that have participated in the field test of The Wi$dom Path program.
UUA Tapestry of Faith Core Team
Judith A. Frediani, Curriculum Director, Tapestry Project DirectorAdrianne Ross, Project ManagerSusan Dana Lawrence, Managing EditorJessica York, Youth Programs DirectorGail Forsyth-Vail, Adult Programs DirectorPat Kahn, Children and Family Programs DirectorAlicia LeBlanc, Administrative and Editorial Assistant
We are grateful to these individuals who, as UUA staff, contributed to the conceptualization and launch of Tapestry of Faith:
Tracy L. HurdThe Reverend Sarah Gibb MillspaughAisha HauserPat HoertdoerferMarjorie Bowens-Wheatley
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This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations.
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Last updated on Monday, March 24, 2014.
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